2010–11 LNH Division 1

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LNH Division 1
Season 2010–11
Champions Montpellier
Relegated Cesson & Dijon

2010–11 Ligue Nationale de Handball Division 1 season was the 59th since its establishment. Montpellier were the defending champions, having won their title the previous season.

Team information[edit]

2010–11 LNH Division 1 is located in France
Chambéry
Chambéry
Nimes
Nimes
Toulouse
Toulouse
Montpellier
Montpellier
2010–11 teams
Club Arena Capacity
Chambéry SH Le Phare 4 500
USAM Nîmes Le Parnasse 3 391
Toulouse Union Palais des Sports André Brouat 3 751
Dijon Bourgogne HB Palais des Sports JM Geoffroy 4 000
Montpellier AHB Palais des sports René Bougnol
Arena Montpellier
3 000
8 500
Dunkerque HBGL Salle Dewerdt 2 500
Istres OPH Halle polyvalente 2 000
Saint-Raphaël Var HB Palais des Sports Intercommunal 2 000
HBC Nantes Complexe sportif Mangin Beaulieu
Palais des Sports de Beaulieu
2 900
5 000
US Ivry Handball Gymnase Auguste Delaune 1 500
OC Cesson Palais des Sports de la Valette 1 400
Tremblay en France Palais des sports de Tremblay-en-France 1 200
Saint-Cyr Touraine Complexe Sportif Guy Drut 1 200

League table[edit]

EHF Champions League
EHF Cup
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
Relegated
# Team MP W D L F A Dff Pts
1 Montpellier AHB 26 25 0 1 847 660 +187 50
2 Chambéry Savoie 26 22 0 4 805 701 +104 44
3 Dunkerque 26 18 1 7 789 732 +57 37
4 Saint Raphaël 26 12 6 8 740 722 +18 30
5 HBC Nantes 26 14 2 10 756 723 +33 30
6 Istres HB 26 13 1 12 701 711 -10 27
7 Tremblay HB 26 11 4 11 654 684 -30 26
8 Saint Cyr Touraine 26 10 0 16 706 767 -61 20
9 Toulouse Union 26 7 4 15 703 762 -59 18
10 USAM Nîmes 26 8 2 16 639 666 -27 18
11 Paris HB 26 7 3 16 691 729 -38 17
12 US Ivry 26 7 2 17 689 758 -69 16
13 OC Cesson 26 6 4 16 658 696 -38 16
14 Dijon 26 6 3 17 673 740 -67 15

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